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Frequently Asked Questions

For admission to the 5-year integrated law programme, the candidate must have passed the 10+2 exam with 45% TO 50% aggregate marks.


All applicants must have qualified graduation (3-year or 5-year LLB degree) from a recognised university with a minimum of 45% to 50% aggregate marks.


All applicants must have qualified graduation (3-year or 5-year LLB degree) from a recognised university with a minimum of 45% to 50% aggregate marks.


To make the best use of Books, you are required to read the same books again and again instead of reading different books on the same subjects with multiple revision sessions before the exam.


Applicants must choose the book that covers all topics and sub-topics under the syllabus and which is easy to read. While checking the best books, students should check the year of publication of the book, as learning from the latest edition will help them learn about the updated syllabus and exam pattern.


The LSAT India 2023 exam will be administered in two sessions. The first session will take place on January 22, and the second and final session will take place from June 8 to June 11, 2023.

A variable section with 23 questions based on Analytical Reasoning, Logical Reasoning, or Reading Comprehension was previously added to the LSAT India 2021 exam pattern. However, it was later removed from the question paper.

The LSAT India question paper is divided into three sections: Analytical Reasoning, Logical Reasoning 1 & 2, and Reading Comprehension.

Candidates with an 80 percentile or higher can be admitted to top law schools. LSAT India results are published as percentile scores calculated from the candidate's scores and the number of candidates who took the exam.

There are four sections in the LSAT exam containing 92 questions from the three subjects. The four sections are listed below:

  1. Analytical Reasoning
  2. Logical Reasoning 
  3. Logical Reasoning
  4. Reading Comprehension
There are no eligibility requirements for taking the LSAT in India; however, you must meet the basic eligibility requirements for studying law in India.

 LSAT is a 2 hours 20 mins exam without any break. Each section is equally divided into a time period of 35 mins.


More than 50 colleges accept LSAT India scores.

Logical reasoning is considered to be the easiest. The reasons being:

  • Two sections, 70 mins, to attempt questions from logical reasoning.
  • If you cannot interpret one question correctly, it will affect the answer to one question only. In other sections, if you interpret one incorrectly you can miss 4 - 9 marks.
  • It is comparatively easier than the other two subjects.

The official website of Law School Admission Test - India is discoverlaw.in

LSAC Global is the conducting body for LSAT India.

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